By Nisaa Hawa
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Category - Film & TV
Charlie Andrews is granted Level 7 access to review Marvel’s new TV show ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’
With Marvel’s Avengers Assemble! standing...
Film and Television Editor Oliver Richards leaves the office to explore out of space for his review of Gravity
Gravity is a beautiful film, make no mistake...
Imran Bukhari takes a gamble and reviews Runner Runner
For a film about online gambling, Runner Runner ironically takes not a single risk. The movie follows a...
Alec Evans reviews the highly anticipated Thor: The Dark World
Coming from the same company that gave us the Iron Man and Avengers Assemble films, the first...
James Ayles reviews Captain Phillips
The long-anticipated big screen retelling of the 2009 hijacking of the Maersk Alabama does not disappoint, with veteran...
In the October of last year, Quench Film interviewed Marc Price; the maverick film maker from Swansea who overwhelmed critics and film-makers around the globe...
As she’s crowned Rising Star at this year’s BAFTAS, Leanne Dixon takes a look at the ever-advancing career of actress Juno Temple.
Jimmy Dunne reviews this ‘kind of sequel’ to Knocked-Up.
Corresponding with national LGBT+ awareness month and the passing of the gay marriage vote, Leanne Dixon looks at the progressive acceptance and...
In the aftermath of awards season, Jade Attwood and Katie Griffiths argue whether making a film has become merely about receiving awards.